Experienced Eviction Attorney Representing Landlords in Little Rock and Greenbrier
As a landlord, maintaining a residential property and managing the people who live there can be challenging at times. It is common for tenants to happily agree to the terms of your lease and then break them down the road. When the terms of lease are broken, you may be forced to evict them, even if you’d rather not. David E. Simmons Attorney at Law understands the challenges property managers and landlords face. We are here to help you effectively evict problematic tenants, while giving you the peace of mind you deserve.
Helping Landlords & Property Managers With Eviction for Non-Payment of Rent for More Than 30 Years
Landlords are commonly forced to evict their tenants for non-payment of rent. Although it is natural to feel empathy for those who have fallen on difficult times, you must remember that people who make commitments need to honor them. If you have tenants who have become delinquent on paying rent, we can guide you through the process of how to properly notify them, file a court order for eviction, and make sure that the order is enforced.
Pay or Quit Notices
Before the eviction process can legally begin, you must serve your non-paying tenant a Pay or Quit Notice. This notice gives you the appropriate legal authority to make them move out if they cannot pay their full rent within 30 days of receiving the notice. If you have served this notice and they still do not pay you, you can take further action against them and initiate the eviction process. David E. Simmons Attorney at Law is here to help you draft, serve, and enforce Pay or Quit Notices.
Your Safety is Our Priority
Sadly, there is often the risk that a disgruntled tenant who is facing eviction may threaten or attempt to harm you or your property. Our firm makes your safety our top priority during the eviction process, and we will guide you through any potential conflict to ensure your rights and assets are protected at all times.
Know Your Rights–Contact Us Today
At the end of the day, you are a landlord and you are running a business. Your tenants have a responsibility to uphold their end of the lease. If they cannot honor the terms of the lease, you cannot afford to let them continue to live on your property. Contact David E. Simmons Attorney at Law today to get the eviction process started and regain control over your investment.